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cases of coronavirus have spiked in mainland china and tomorrow suspending all flights they're all everything you need to know from us a phone in a live report coming up. >>and possible relief for car break-in victims in san francisco will explain what the da is proposing. and thanks for waking up on a thursday with us and daria false and i'm james fletcher impressed, you just said that every day this week so far so we'll keep the trend going are let's get to a weather john trouble standing by with a look at forecast for today, good morning. i can keep the trend going guys the fog free mornings that we have been seeing have officially ended as the fog is push to back in this morning so are returning to some lower visibility in your web cams but you can at least still see berkeley from your berkeley hills cam.
>>san francisco, half moon bay in oakland visibility hanging out around a mile at times this morning san francisco and then all across the north bay you'll see your visibility falling below a mile so watch out for some spots out there that could cause you some visibility issues, san jose on over to the tri valley and southern end of the east bay going to be a little bit clearer than the rest of the bay area will be lots of clear skies later today more near forecast is still ahead robin all right, thank you john we have a growing back up at the bay bridge toll plaza so heading into san francisco quite busy right now the long line here spilling back to the end of the lot off and on to to the over crossing so that's for you cash buyers and you fast truckers. looking at 12 minutes and growing now off to the fremont street exit what about the rest of the bay area if you come in from the e sure that's a 15 minute trip from crockett to oakland. >>you're looking fine on 24 leading up to the maze and both the nimitz and the macarthur are at the limit from to 38 to downtown oakland james darya all right, thank you very much rob and
happening right now we have a major swat operation underway in east san jose neighborhood is blocked off as police are looking for a fugitive crowd was will tran is there what's going on well. >>police officers jeans and area they've been here for at least 5 to 6 hours and you can see them still be i mean heavy police pres let me pull up a map you see you know exactly my location i am on tolley road. it's s right off a capitol expressway, the cross street as tolley. and this diverted drive we do know that police officers arrived here at around 1130. last night let mju that they were here for police activity searching for a wanted fugitive that search went on for about 4 hours they actually even had to bring out the fire trucks you can see fire trucks in this particular video here the swat team members they told everybody to
stay inside drove around this neighborhood and it was locked down for several blocks so they did establish a perimeter. we just found out about 10 minutes ago that around 3 o'clock this morning that they did take that wanted fugitive into custody. we understand that they had to deploy canine units and it appears that the dogs may have injured this particular person this person was taken to the hospital treated for nonlife threatening injuries. his or her name has not been released to the public, but it appears in right before we went to the 5 o'clock newscast to the kron 00:04am morning news i did see 3 swat team members in their armored trucks leave the scene saw a though is far from over it looks slowly but surely, winding down just a little bit guys. >>back to you all right, thanks a lot. we'll. >>so another big story that we're following this morning involves another case of the coronavirus now having been confirmed here in california
which makes 8 people now infected in the state with a total of 14 across the country. the latest patient was among the evacuees who had been quarantined at the marine corps air station. >>miramar in san diego. fear is growing as this a virus continues to spread. there was a huge spike reported in china this week with more than 14,000 new cases being discovered in total more than 1300 people have died around the world, most of the victims in china. >>well here in the bay area sfo course getting ready to ban more flights going to and from china something we've been talking about leading up to today from 4 sarah stinson is live at the airport with the latest sara. >>that tomorrow is the last day to fly to mainland china out of us to fall for 6 weeks and many airlines have already suspended flights to mainland china but the last. direct flight to mainland china
that's tomorrow night on a china, southern airlines so this is a going to be a huge impact not only for people flying to china but also for the airport is costing them thousands of dollars as you said there was a spike of nearly 15,000 more coronavirus cases in china yesterday that's the largest single-day rise since the epidemic began sfo usually has the most departures to china than any other airport in the country now even flights to hong kong have been canceled but there is still 21 round-trip flights there per week until the end of march so that is a way people can get out there a lot of bay area companies that frequent asia for business have stopped employee travel there altogether anyways this is out of precaution other coronavirus has killed more than 1000 and globally as you're saying there's about 60,000 people infected most of these patients being in china so flights will not resume out of that to china until the end
of march, so it's going to be a huge and if you do want to fly to china or as i said hong kong even you can still take connecting flights here from the bay area living in the bay area you can go from here to l a x or even the jfk if you need to get to mainland china but out of a cell phone is going to be suspended. for now live at sfo sarah stinson kron 4 news safe banking sarah and they are real health clinics are scrambling for supplies to protect their workers right now. >>in the n 95 mask is in a global shortage, some patients are asking clinics in santa clara county for surgical masks and even those on short supply. >>we're not here our surgical masks are running out to i think in the normal season we've area so you can mess so still mourn our for employees to treat this as a you as a few season and the front office needs to have a mask or on times mac cheese to have we have never experienced that before this the first time
this happening. you know everything's back ordered and we're still looking for more >>the hotel community health center has enough supplies to last another few weeks. >>5 oh 6 and new this morning an elementary school enrichment is going to be called michelle obama elementary district board members voted to rename woodrow wilson elementary michelle obama it was a unanimous decision right now the school's operating out of a temporary campus in el serino while the main campus enrichment is being rebuilt students are going to see the name change when they go to class this fall this will be the second elementary school in california to be named after michelle obama an elementary school and a pen a panorama city is also named after her. >>well happening now 2 men are in the hospital with life threatening injuries after they were hit by a car in san francisco, a 3rd victim was treated by paramedics the crash happened at the corner of 23th and mission streets here is the scene. the driver behind the wheel of the black
prius there hit a minibus our muni bus i should say and then crashed into the pedestrians who are on the sidewalk. the driver left the scene but then came back and was detained by police. officers say the driver may have been impaired. one witness that we spoke with described what he saw. >>i see one when that happened and a i'm really really back feel really bad because i don't know if you that that that guy's diet on all. >>now police are now looking through surveillance video from nearby businesses and the muni bus to put together exactly what happened. in the wake of this ring crashes in san francisco city leaders are working right now to try to improve safety. one of the most dangerous intersections in the city got to make over this is the section of masonic avenue, the crosses over oak streak in the panhandle of golden gate park. crews put in some new street lighting and some new high visibility traffic signals. the crosswalk also gives people in bicyclists more time to cross a 54 year-old woman who was injured in that very intersection last month talked about the need for safer
streets. >>and i showed up here in my running clothes because i want to run again. i want to heal i want this to be safe and i want to run through the streets of parents is going to thank all of you. >>san francisco is working through a plan that aims to eliminate all pedestrian deaths in the city within the next 4 years time now is 5 oh 9 east bay, a woman died at the hospital after she was hit by a car and she was using a crosswalk it happen in alameda at this intersection on walnut street and avenue. it was tuesday afternoon. the driver who struck the woman is cooperating with the police and investigators are trying to figure out if speed or visibility were factors in that crash. the city is sending out a team to determine if that intersection require safety improvements. and still ahead on the kron 00:04am morning news contaminated water in one south bay neighborhood people are obsessed with their water provider. >>and possible relief for
commuters in the bay area's plans in the works for a bus lane on the bay bridge. and after the break details on a new plan that might help you out if your car is broken into and your window get smashed in san francisco. and winds have certainly come down. but now it's still light wind pushing in from the ocean and that means some fog making its way into the bay this morning. >>i've got your forecast ahead. a lot of drivers making their way into san francisco if that's going to be you prepare for a way to at the bay bridge toll plaza because it's getting brzezinski: take a look at this.
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i'm tom steyer and i approve this message. >>well a bus only lanes may be coming to the bay bridge to help reduce congestion but the bay area toll authority says congestion on the approaches to the bridge is causing big delays for buses than the actual span itself. during the morning commute traffic is heaviest. not on the bridge but leading up to it to the structures east entrance in oakland, improving congestion there is where they plan to start. >>well there may be it may be appropriate at some point. >>and to establish a bus only land on the bay bridge. that lane really. meet the performance targets it would need unless we address the problems on approaches to the bay bridge that's on interstate 80. that's on interstate 5 8880 and on west grant. >>we'll work on these projects
could get under way before the end of the year we'll see how much progress they get, but i agree it really is the wells on the toll plaza several the lanes merge together and you get through and get on august convention is absolutely the bottom of the maze. we need some relief there. coming from the insurer coming from 5, 8 evaze and it takes you know a long time to get into san francisco when they're on the bridge there find miami taking oil lane for a bus >>i i don't see a for the buses, still they're stuck in the maze what everyone else writers nothing there to relieve the firm that traffic so just getting across the span a little bit faster it's a tough problem, 80 of only tunnel. >>left some sort an air it's so easy for mollie says there needs to be a freeway just for there i really like that's a
good that folks in haiti right now heading into san francisco looking good the 70 oh bridge favorite everybody's fine. you know we have the usual crowd. so it's just now picking up and getting a little crowded crossing the bay, but i don't have any bad news to report, here's the san mateo bridge west 92 and you're going to be a little congested from the tolls along the flat section but up and over the high rise, you're good into foster city and san matteo we're checking the bay bridge commute, 80 west there. it is cash lanes fast track lanes everybody's back to pure buses too. >>it's going to be all the way through the to the bottom of the maze rather than you're looking at roughly 12 minutes to make your way and carpool lanes look great there wide open here at the pay gates all right we're checking in on traffic tracker we're looking at some more numbers and so far they are pretty stable, we're looking at highway for west that to contra costa county that's a 15 minute trip 6.80 doing fine for the trip to take all to danville the meme it's looking good southbound only 20 minutes for that connection and i don't see any problems for you
leaving the south bay so a nice transition on to north one oh one from san jose heading to menlo park well, robin return of fog this morning, even though we haven't seen any of it this week so far today. >>that is definitely changing an onshore flow pushing cool ocean air on into the bay and that's resulting in those misty looking conditions we do have north bay going to have the greatest impact to your visibility, san francisco at times as well while the lightest impact in san jose in areas out towards the tri valley that we still do have high pressure sitting in place but it's starting to gradually move to the east and this is opening the window. >>for that nice ocean cooled air to push on into the bay still no chance of rain really an insight ahead of us as we just do remain too dry in the big picture pattern for that you do see winds pushing in from the west today that's opposed to the northeast where winds were pushing a through earlier this week when we have those very breezy conditions but also those crystal clear and fog free conditions
temperatures today among the coolest that we've seen in awhile, 50's and 60's for your high temperatures. this is a lot closer to where we should be for this time of year upper 50's in millbrae san bruno and brisbane well looking at some low to mid 60's elsewhere in the bay, mountain view 65 for the high today with san jose. campbell and milpitas each at 66 for your highs, east bay temperatures still on the warm side with mid 60's for dublin pleasanton and livermore and low 60's for oakland berkeley and richmond, north bay temperatures showing the greatest difference from earlier this week you remember those warm daytime highs in the upper 70's and low 80's for napa and santa rosa. well today only mid 60's see how that's a lot closer to where we should be tomorrow similar date as to today with some foggy conditions to start in sunshine to finish the day for valentine's day. saturday will be your warmest day of the weekend and sunday bringing our only chance of rain and even then just a slight chance of a few showers up in the north bay. daria.
>>thanks a lot john 5.17 and san francisco's district attorney wants to help you if somebody smashes the window of your card steals your stuff. he's proposing an idea that would replace car windows concourses evening june takes a look at how it would work. >>san francisco district attorney chase a bull new budget proposal include setting aside one and a half million dollars for residents who are victims of smash-and-grab bottle burglaries unfortunately we're not able to arrest and prosecute every person that commits a lot of burglars in san francisco, what we can do we're asking the city to help us do. it's a put victims first and to support fixing broken car windows. he talks about the scale of the city's ongoing of a burglary problem, we had approximately 8,910 san francisco residents who are victims of auto burglaries each of the last 2 years the da is still working out the kinks but he offers this potential breakdown of how the funds would be used only pay for folks whose insurance does
not cover it and we would contract with locally owned last repair businesses so that the money being spent by the city is going back into jobs right here in san francisco, you know i think that's going to perpetuate the problem john kelly of action auto glass as he would like to see those tax dollars put to use in other ways i'd like to see the 9 half go to the sheriff's department for. >>correction ul's however getting some help replacing a shattered window does have its appeal with some drivers of the city i was born and raised here and um i think it's a great idea, san francisco mayor london breed directed each department to cut 3 and a half percent from their individual budgets to address the city's million budget deficit that includes the district attorney's office, your tax dollars are already going to the county jail for a single night in county jail. >>we can pay to fix a window. we want victims of crime who made all it's a critical part of what we do in the district attorney's office is advocate for victims. this is putting our money where our mouth is
in san francisco has it read you kron 4 a new outdoor terrace and observation deck is opening tomorrow. >>at sfo located before security in terminal 2 and it's free and open to the public while it looks kind of nice special for one of those people that like to look at their planes taking like that absolutely open 180 degree of the airfield. and it's open every day from 07:00am to 10:00pm it was part of a $55 million upgrade suppose international terminal 2 any to take security to get you know it said it before security could so because in the past you would find you'd like to stake out a good away from the airport you can watch absolutely. yeah. take the free fun for you right there i like all right also in the news we have project to build a bullet train between la and san francisco is becoming. >>apparently even more expensive. officials added another $1 billion to the high speed rail line budget and this brings the estimated
total cost now to over billion. construction is on schedule have about 20% of that track laid down by the year 2022. still ahead on the a closer look at the effects of vaping as california doctors warn more young kids are addicted to nicotine. here's a live look outside we have our bay bridge approach just talking about this with robin about how congested against right here where all the lanes merge together to get through the toll gates and onto the span. some sort of solution is to be found right maybe it will help speed up your commute knows when that will happen now we'll be right
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>>back 5.24 on this thursday morning, a return to foggy conditions and not never good news for your flights out of the bay area as a foe still looking pretty clear and as of right now at least no weather-related delays going to keep you updated on the us today because i know a lot of you probably flying on this thursday as we do approach the weekend and if you are got to know a few of those delays livermore nevado each in the 30's, well, 40's and 50's for the rest of us in the bay right now not all that chilly of a start to the morning actually pretty similar to yesterday. winds nice and calm at the moment, but they are pushing in from the coast and that's why we see the return of the fog and low cloud cover robin off to the golden gate it's going to be an easy trip from the north bay to san francisco. we're checking in on what i want and we're looking pretty good right we're only at 19 minutes here. so that's quick right on time
to make your way south and into san francisco, completely different at the bay bridge plaza it is packed here on 80 really into san francisco. so definitely prepare for a way to few about to use it and backed up already be on west grand just about to the bottom of the maze 12 minutes to make it still the hot spots, no major issues for 6.80 the dumb barden 5.80 out of livermore are one on one. >>looking good wide open to san francisco james darya all right. thank >>california lawmakers are keeping an eye on how new federal and local laws are affecting vaping across the state since vaping became more popular there have been efforts of course to keep a pink products out of the hands of teens and children. but health officials say that that nicotine use in california has also been on the rise. it is true that these individuals probably will be seeking other products in the interim i think that it will be really critical for us to come up with ways to help these wean themselves off of this addiction and again part of it is a recognition that they are addicted to much higher levels
than we traditionally have ever seen. >>so the state department of health says that as of this week there have been 208 cases of a prelate lung injuries and since late august there have been 4 deaths across 31 counties in california patients range in age from 14 to 71 years old the federal government recently banned the sale of some flavored e-cigarette products and now the california legislature is considering a full ban of the sale of all flavored tobacco products. >>time now 5.26 and coming up next coronavirus is a bigger concern now on cruise ships around the world, we'll hear from the bay area woman who is on a crui [car engine failing to start] [clicking of ignition] uh-- wha-- woof! eeh-- woof! wuh-- [silence] [engine roars to life]
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>>i'm 28 checking out the weather and traffic for you on a thursday morning how are things right now it's very busy out there we'll check in on the bay bridge of course that backup it's growing and then we'll look at some freeways in the east bay, ok and on the weather front. how are people a feeling as they step out the door early this morning. we are feel little cool feeling pretty good. feels good yeah, i kind of working your way right now. thursday can't be too bad even with a little bit of fog working its way back into the picture now we are seeing some visibility impacts across parts of the bay, san francisco you can still see across the day. >>but fog is sitting right above it right now looking outside of visibility, half moon bay has fallen below a mile while san francisco and avato thing know right around
a mile beach oakland. hayward santa rosa and napa and nevada will all see visibility at times this morning, falling below a mile with fog staying with us well through 11:00am so don't expect these grey skies to be going anywhere anytime soon by the afternoon we do see the return of sunshine, it's going to take a while to get there 30's 40's and 50's for your current temperatures with livermore nevado petaluma some of our cooler spots in the 30's while oakland and alameda each in the low 50's right now temperatures this afternoon do eventually rise into the 60's but it's going to be a cooler range of temperatures than what we had been saying robin. >>a longer line into san francisco you're back up at the bay bridge toll plaza officially reaches the bottom of the maze. so yes, it's now at that point it's going to be a full wait for a few cash payers and fast trackers to but not the carpoolers they are zooming on through so we're still under 15 minutes very crowded at the pay gates, here's a peek at 5, 8, if you're about to leave livermore and head toward dublin, that's only a 10
minute trip from dublin to fremont south on 6.80 year averaging 14 minutes to make it out to mission. no problems for the southbound minutes we're off to a great start even to 37 looks good 7 minutes milpitas to sonny bill daria thanks a lot rob and 5.30 back to the big story which is coronavirus 44 new cases were confirmed on board the diamond princess cruise ship and that stock and under quarantine in japan and now fears of the virus is forcing ports of entry around the world to deny other cruise ships from docking at the woman from alameda is stuck on board. >>a cruise ship just like that conference christine waltman has her story. >>and dancing the night away as how passengers on board holland america cruise the 30 day crews started in singapore but was rejected at port after port to dock because of coronavirus concerns christina kirby from alameda is on board with her mom turned out to be something quite different the more than 1400 passengers and
800 crew members got turned away by thailand, guam, japan and the philippines. so certainly there's been an emotional roller coaster not knowing by >>in general around spend their couldn't get around shep and people have really come together to erful to witness instead of sightseeing across asia, christina had to stay on board she took oga spin classes enjoy the buffet not sec we not confined to our swear, sitting by the pool where having meals together or having and i it was important that the world know that cambodia has finally accepted the cruise ship before disembarking all passengers will undergo a health screening and then the cruise line will charter flights to get everyone back home as a room service arrived with hot coffee, christina told kron 4 news she has no regrets she
actually enjoyed her trip. >>she spent time with her mom and made memories and different once then she front we have been trapped on board a luxury cruise ship so it's not a terrible greatest and >>all this even though there was no coronavirus on the cruise ship at any point. now christina will get her trip reimbursed her flight back home taken care of and a free cruise to take in the future and she does plan on taking it eventually in the newsroom, i'm justine waldman kron 4 news and then there's the palo alto woman and her daughter we told you about they were quarantined for 2 weeks they are finally back home esther to back a. >>and her daughter here they are they were not affected. they were visiting relatives in wuhan and then as the coronavirus broke out they ended up being caught up in if the corn team. >>there at the air base uh um yeah, yeah and to becca says she was terrified.
>>we'll talk about it ends. >>thousands of people infected. hundreds or you want even more dead and that the number keeps on growing every day a few bad that others couldn't get on the flight the same time i a blast to be able to because in a way we have to. >>well sorry they ended up in riverside under quarantine they went through that 14 day at the military base and they were finally released glad to be. >>5 34 is the time also the news, the senate homeland security committee held a special hearing to learn what the federal government is doing to combat and contain this worldwide epidemic. raquel martin has more on that story. >>this is kind of revealing some some gaps in system here which we need to address wisconsin senator ron johnson says he's concerned the us may not be prepared to combat and contain the coronavirus this on to be huge wake-up call for our country johnson and senator gary peters say the us
is dangerously dependent on china for vaccines medical devices and protective gear like mask and gloves in china is ground 0 for the coronavirus epidemic that we're relying on china to a vaccine for us here in the united states. i suspect they'll use those axes for their own people first former fda commissioner scott gottlieb that the us needs new drug policies to ensure lifesaving products are readily available in the u s. >>this extends in china another month or 2 i think we're going to start to see some shortages of critical components health experts on the panel told lawmakers the best way to combat the coronavirus. >>is by investing more money to help local federal and state governments prepare democrat senator kamala harris as small communities are especially vulnerable. there seems to be a distribution. >>responsibility but not a distribution of resources. former cdc director doctor julie gerberding says the government must been now to protect citizens. >>noting the nature of the coronavirus remains a mystery got to keep up with the state
of the science we have filed this and then we need to figure out who's been contacted. johnson says he's planning more public hearings to ensure the us. these ahead of the epidemic in washington recall martin. >>well in the south bay drinking water in the willow glen area of san jose may have been contaminated. high levels of a sulfuric acid used in products like carpets clothing and cookware has somehow found its way into the water exposure could result in health effects including thyroid and reproductive toxicity and even cancer, san jose water has been monitoring their wells and found 6 of its wells were contaminated. they have a core stop using them. >>it makes me feel like i don't know what to trust anymore. how how can we trust that the well has been fixed then how can we trust are you know water officials are still trying to figure out how the water became 10 contaminated. in the south bay police are also looking for a driver in a hit and run that injured a 13 year-old the crash happened monday morning. it was a long snell and calero afternoon in
san jose the team will be okay doctors expect that person to make a full recovery, but police are looking for an early 1990's black toyota pickup. that truck is missing letters on the toyota emblem on the tailgate if you think you know this truck who belongs to or if you've seen it called police. it's 5.36. >>on the kron 00:04am morning news, the warm weather is a lot of fun but there's a downside mosquitoes. why are there so many suddenly out and about. and the warriors are now resting because of the all-star break up and starts tomorrow we're going to look ahead to when they returned to the chase center. and next a public corruption scandal in san francisco expands we'll tell you what's happening now and looking outside this morning conditions out there definitely on the fog year side than we've seen all week up to this point but pretty similar temperature wise your forecast is ahead. >>tracking your morning commute. we're looking pretty good here at the richmond
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city programs and events including the public works department holiday parties. >>it's not a surprise that the and now we're starting to see new names and this you know you read that original complaint and it's clear that this reflected a culture of corruption. that now is starting to come to light. >>for more details on what's in the subpoenas you can go to our website kron 4 dot com. >>well richmond police are looking for this man take a good look they want him in connection to an armed robbery. they say he followed the victim along san pablo avenue monday night pointed a gun and demanded money and property that victim handed over everything ahead and this man at the moment has gotten away. police believe he is one of these 2 men responsible for this armed robbery in oakland. this happened monday in the diamond district 2 men approached a man ambushed him from behind as he was washing his car in his own driveway put a gun to his head. and got away with his phone and his jewelry. you know who this person is what police know. as
we head to break, here's a quick live look outside of san francisco international airport if you're looking for something fun to do with the family and you like watching airplanes and we did a story today about a whole new skydeck a lounge that you can access with beautiful views of the airport and arm aqim the runway think of anything else i'd rather do but spend more time waiting at sfo. >>if you're deciding what to do with your loved one on valentine's day james they come to the that's going to be a winner. i we fighting climate change isn't just about polar bears. we're fighting for our lives, we're fighting for clean air and clean water. that's why i wrote the law to send billions from polluters to communities suffering the most. and only one candidate for president was with us back then, tom steyer. and he's still fighting for us, pledging to make clean air and clean water a right for everyone, regardless of your zip code. that's the truth. that's tom steyer. i'm tom steyer and i approve this message.
>>we're back at 5.44 the recent warm weather is drawing out swarms of mosquitoes, most of them, waking up early from n sacramento, and just as yesterday she saw what's going flowers are coming up us chris, i said i don't know, but now we do fact lonnie wong has an explanation. >>so how does the song lyrics go it might as well be spring. those enjoying the outdoors may have to share their space with swarms of mosquitoes prematurely awakened from winter hibernation and there was a lot of mosquitoes out ahead. you know russian away and they badly for him on the forehead that is not a surprise or sack yellow mosquito and vector control, mosquitoes people are now seeing for adult mosquitoes that migrate from flooded. rice fields when they were drained in the fall for harvest they migrate to
inhabited areas and hibernate and shrubs with tiles and structures until it gets warmer when they await to feed their definitely out there hungry, they're aggressive and they're looking to bite the warmer temperatures also accelerate the hatching of eggs already laid of course you can take advantage of this warm february weather by looking around for containers, holding standing water over from the most recent storms this trade was teeming with mosquito larvae which typically that slowly or not at all during cold weather. but a little sunshine kick-starts their development into flying mosquitoes. the mosquitoes you are seeing now are fully mature and i'm like warm weather species that most often by during dawn and dusk, they were active during the day and they are hungry enough to fall you indoors as social ginter discovered had opened the car door and was talking to a family member and then. >>it just so much risk you know came in and their deaths minding my son and it was it was pretty bad. >>if you don't like mosquitoes in the litter the weather can also be your friend if we get
a cooling trend that we get some rain then we'll definitely see get some relief in sacramento, >>and so we're here we are we're talking about how unseasonably warm it's been and we're enjoying it even though we need then we have no idea did you know adult mosquitoes stayed alive and hybrid that i thought you know we've got cold they all died i thought they looked like a week, needed larvae and people but i guess they can be hibernating is full grown adult and then come out waiting in the oh you know we could use a gun or a not just get rid of those mosquitoes but. >>you know we just point of river turned to abnormally dry conditions. the still are looking at drought conditions but we're falling behind now. yeah we definitely need that we are seeing a switch up this morning from the very dry conditions we had had to start
the week without any fog now you are seeing some fog pushing back in across the bay and yeah it's having a visibility impact, especially up in the north bay this morning. so watch your travel on areas like one oh one through marine sonoma and eventually on over to napa and solano counties to some pretty dense fog this morning. on the peninsula, you're also seeing it as well high pressure is exiting the region now this is opening the window for that cool ocean breeze to kick back in still no chance of rainfall really insight aside from some brief morning showers possible sunday and only for the north bay, nice calm winds this morning but where you are seeing winds there pushing in from the coast and that's why we are seeing the return of that fog honor thursday morning temperatures eventually into the 50's and 60's later today, this is closer to seasonal averages for sure definitely closer than we were to start the week when daytime highs we're well into the 70's for many areas today, definitely know 70's on the about the range of low to mid 60's for most areas, san
jose one of our warmer spots at 66 while hayward in union city each at 63 for today's daytime highs 60 twos in richmond berkeley and oakland well 65 in concord walnut creek on up through pittsburgh fair field in vacaville as for the coast a few 50's in stinson beach and point reyes, a breakdown of your next 7 days shows temperatures similar tomorrow and the warmest of the weekend on saturday as i mentioned sunday morning just a slight chance of a few showers up in the north bay. that's all we've got as far as rainfall goes next week looks just as dry with temperatures back up into the 60's. robin, thank you john we're getting pretty busy and crowded on the san mateo bridge, let's take a live look there. it is westbound 92 traffic coming to a crawl here before the toll plaza continuing on the flat section so already quite sluggish, but at least we don't have problems that you need to stress out about roughly 15 minutes off highway one o one for checking in on the bay bridge. we have a backup here
in the cash lanes and the fast track lanes it's officially be on 8.80 spilling back through the bottom of so it's just getting heavier and heavier get on out there because at this point. >>it's not gonna improve so 11 minutes and growing off to fremont street for checking in on some numbers of taking a peek at the drive from the peninsula to san francisco and you are wide open for north one oh one and north to 80 heading to downtown san francisco. we're also looking good on 6.80 south highway for 20 minutes. antioch to concord daria thanks a lot five-fifty and the warriors arresting they play their final game before the all-star break last night. >>visiting phoenix an arizona playing the suns the new player, i like on the new guy andrew wiggins out live when stopped the new guys. >>is scored 27 points not enough down the warriors lose to the suns one 12 to one oh 6 the nba all-star weekend kicks off tomorrow. the warriors will be back on the court at a home game on thursday against
the rockets but 4 years less. and you know what's up baseball scottsdale arizona her pitchers and catchers for the giants. >>doing their spring training warm-ups and practicing and they've got their new manager for the first time gave kepler is at the helm, the giants are looking to get back to the playoffs for the first time since 2016 and and the stretch of 3 consecutive losing seasons. the giants full squad gets there on monday. >>pitchers and catchers for the a's are practicing over and mesa arizona expectations are high for the team your coming on and off back to back 97 win seasons with appearances in the playoffs. the team has a pretty talented young roster. but they always has they got a stacked pitching rotation. here's what manager bob melvin had to say about squat. >>you talk a lot e for us last year you saw what he did in the 1st half he was forgoing domini was dominant he would've made the all-star
team. so we're looking forward to seeing what he can do for us for a full year in a in the experience in the conference of the game from last year as a young talented group for sure we're all excited about it. >>well the rest of the a's team will arrive in arizona on monday. >>house republicans plan the scene for their own climate change plan today and it mckissack and mckissack
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>>this ability definitely suffering this morning as we see some fog pushing back in across the bay area tracking your flights we still don't see any delays but i wouldn't guarantee that all throughout the course of the morning as fog will be seen well towards the noon hour 30's, 40's and 50's for your current temperatures with some of our cooler spots being livermore and nevado each in the mid to upper 30's. robin the backup is growing at the bay bridge toll plaza on 80 you're backed up through the maze now and it's spilling on to 5.80 so be prepared for that we're a 12 minutes and growing off to fremont street a quick pick of the south bay you're doing fine out of san jose on 80 north. >>one oh one north even to a t 11 minutes from san jose to cupertino james all right robin thank you. >>5.55 a surprise at a grocery store in sacramento. basically inactive somebody's paying it forward a good samaritan left behind a $100 bill with a note on it that red whoever finds us. i love you. there was a 6 year-old girl who ended up finding the bill and let me tell you it made her day.
>>well i think worthwhile. how will that around the floor of but i well this evening on from gale >>and she was probably like is it a dollar or i don't know, but this if so what is the 6 year-old do with a $100 buys a lot of water she went to build a bear and came away with stuffed animals that years is now her so far no word on who this good samaritan is they just wanted to leave a sort of an act of kindness behind at the grocery store to make some of these days her 5.36 and coming up major swat operation in the south bay ends with the arrest, a fugitive we'll have a live report from the scene and tomorrow is the last day for people to travel to china from sfo, how the coronavirus is impacting that and more here in the bay area and 2 people in the hospital right now after a driver rammed into a muni bus and hit pedestrians. we're going hear from a witness. here's a quick
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that foot on the gas pedal and not the brake can a little bit >>issues right now, but you know the bay bridge toll plaza that act it's backed up through the maze so the pay cuts but get on the upper decks only on people put it on and let it up and put it on to you know people drive like that you if you're a passenger fee. i don't like to always on all you know they drive a 2 for on the break and you're supposed to tell office because the brake lights or in front down or because things driving straight. >>both feet on the fog machine, this morning. i so yeah we're looking fog back in play this morning after seeing some pretty fog free conditions up to that point this week you can at least still see the bay below from berkeley visibility is holding